Free eBook: Grow, Cook & Eat to Diminish DiabetesFebruary 02, 2015
Please download our free eBook: Grow, Cook & Eat to Diminish Diabetes!
To accompany our founder Robin’s popular seminars discussing her family’s garden-to-table transformations following a Type-2 diabetes diagnosis, we have released this free eBook, which discusses five of our favorite edible “better blood sugar” plants and how you can grow them in your garden. Plus, it serves up five of Robin’s most popular recipes to prepare from your harvest. (And by popular, we mean her family loves them as do her recipe testers!)
This free eBook is a first in what we plan to be an on-going series sharing Robin’s exploration and cultivation of all sorts of plants beneficial for better blood sugar — or at least being studied as diabetic-friendly. We hope to share more growing tips, garden design ideas and delicious ways to prepare and preserve your new harvests. Please take an extra moment to complete our brief 10-question survey that will help us offer future publications in ways that will best serve your needs and budgets.
Join Robin at the Northwest Flower and Garden Show on February 11, 2015 at 5:45pm in the Rainier Room for her Grow, Cook & Eat to Diminish Diabetes seminar in which she will discuss more about her family’s success in diminishing diabetes — in large part by changing their small urban farm and what they eat from it. In her seminar, she will cover nearly 50 plants that can enhance your garden and your plate — some native, some common, some exotic, some weedy and all wonderful!*
* Medical Disclaimer: The information in this seminar, on our sites, in any supplementary information, & social media outlets is not intended or implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. All content, including text, graphics, images, and information, contained on or available through these materials are for general information purposes only. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay seeking medical treatment because of something you have read on our site, through our seminars or via any related media, outlets or materials.